2006 Maserati Gransport Convertible on 2040-cars
Houston, Texas, United States
2006 Maserati Gransport Convertible with clean Carfax\Autocheck report with thousands of upgrades. Upgrades include a new clutch, new Convertible Top with new straps, upgraded sticky interior parts, upgraded Alpine stereo with amp, focal speakers, and USB Ipod. Michelin PS2 tires with very little mileage. 4.2L Light Alloy V-8 Engine producing 400HP, 6 Speed F1 Transmission, 18" HIGH BLOSS Wheels, RED BRAKE CALIPERS, CD CHANGER, BLACK EXTERNAL GRIDS, HEATED & MEMORY GRANSPORT SEATS, SKYHOOK SUSPENSION, XENON HEADLIGHTS, CARBON FIBER CONSOLE, MSP Stability Control System, 4-Wheel Disc Brakes with ABS, ASR Traction Control, Full Leather Interior, Automatic Climate Control, Sport Seats with Driver Memory, Maserati Information Center, Heated Front,(F-1 Paddle Shift). This is my summer car, and I am selling due to seperation\divorce.
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Wed, 26 Feb 2014 16:57:00 EST
When you're born, it's impossible to know what sort of cars you'll be into as an adult. Your dad might be into old Mopars while your mom prefers a Ford Mustang. You, on the other hand, might end up being a fan of English cars (that was the case with your author, at least). Regardless of which vehicle type, era or marque you prefer, though, it's usually possible to trace back to the exact moment you fell in love with them.
Mon, 03 Mar 2014 22:59:00 EST
For Frank Mandarano, his love of all things Maserati started at its birthplace in Italy, before spawning into a passion that saw him found a club and take possession of four 3500s over the years. One car in Mandrano's one-make collection stands out, though - a rare 3500GT that was imported into Mexico in 1960. It is a sweet sounding and gorgeous coupe to behold, making it the perfect subject for the crew at Petrolicious. Scroll down and have a look.
As is so often the case ahead of a major debut, somebody wasn't able to keep the latest concept car from Maserati under wraps all the way until the drawing of its curtain at the Geneva Motor Show. The low-slung silver coupe you see above is said to be the Maserati Alfieri Concept, and, though these images aren't exactly the greatest, it looks pretty good. We like the small proportions of the Alfieri and the aggressive look of the car's front and rear fascias, and we certainly note a more assertive design than the Granturismo it would likely replace.
Tue, 27 May 2014 10:01:00 EST
Rumor has it that both V6 and V8 engines may be on the table, mounted up front and driving either the rear or all four wheels, but we'll have to wait for official confirmation before we know for sure. In any case, this new Maserati, if it does go into production, is tipped to line up against such sporting contenders as the Jaguar F-Type and Porsche 911. Check out the two leaked images above, watch and listen to the car move under its own power in the video below, and feel free to let us know what you think in the Comments.
This past weekend was Memorial Day weekend, folks, and you know what that means: racing. There was the Monaco Grand Prix for Formula One fans, and back Stateside there was the Indianapolis 500. You might expect to see a name like Maserati pop up at the former more than the latter, but that wasn't always the case.
These days its all about Dallara chassis powered by Chevy or Honda, but over the course of a century there have been plenty of foreign automakers that have won the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. McLaren won it twice in the 1970s, Mercedes and Peugoet won during the race's pre-WWI infancy, and in between them Boyle Racing won it two years in a row with a Maserati chassis and engine.
The car was the Maserati 8CTF "Boyle Special," and its first win came 75 years ago. So to mark the occasion (as well as Maserati's 100th anniversary), the car was brought back to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for a revival lap. Unfortunately Wilbur Shaw, who won the Indy 500 three times (twice in the Maserati) and went on to be president of the speedway, died in a plane crash the day before his 52nd birthday in 1954. So in his place fellow three-time winner Johnny Rutherford took the wheel of the 8CTF in front of the gathered crowds.